Moving Up

MOVING UP

April 26, 2006

Banking and finance

Provident Bank appointed John King as its regional president for the Greater Baltimore area. He will continue as executive vice president of consumer banking.Provident Bank appointed John King as its regional president for the Greater Baltimore area. He will continue as executive vice president of consumer banking. People on the Move Heritage Financial Consultants LLC announced that Lynn Nucci has joined the Lutherville firm as manager of new client relationships. She will develop financial plans and conduct annual account reviews.

Legal and insurance

Hodes, Ulman, Pessin & Katz PA named Rosemary Flood to the staff of the Towson law firm as director of human resources and operations.

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston said Eileen Morgan Johnson joined the Washington office of the Baltimore-based law firm as counsel in the nonprofit practice group.

On the board

Legg Mason Inc. said W. Allen Reed was elected to the board of directors of the Baltimore-based international assets management company. He is the retired chairman of GM Asset Management Co.

Professional services

Aon Consulting named Chet Andrzejewski senior vice president of the international human capital and management company. He is assigned to the firm's Baltimore office.

AmeriVault Corp. appointed Jeff Meissner, a regional vice president, and Adam Dameron, senior sales executive, to the data protection services provider's expanded Columbia office.

FTI Consulting Inc. announced the appointments of Adam I. Cohen, technology consulting practice, and Joseph Doloboff, transaction advisory services group, as senior managing directors for the international consulting and technology services provider.

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce appointed Matthew Riggs as vice president of memberships. He is responsible for the expansion of the organization's membership and the management of the membership department.

Retail

Wal-Mart announced the appointments of Eric Quist, Glen Burnie, and Eddie Simmons, South Baltimore, as store managers.

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